Spending a few days in eastern Canada and I could not resist heading to a very iconic Canadian place…Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia! I have been here a few times over the years and I have usually shot the typical image at sunset with the lighthouse in the image. This time around I decided to try something different, and I scouted out a location across a small inlet with the lighthouse to the east. I love the softness of the light.
I am thrilled to have my Antarctic story and images featured by Letters From the Ends of the Earth, and online blog showcasing the work(s) of many talented writers and photographers who venture to some of the most remote places in the world. Please check it out.
A few facts about this area. It is one of the safest harbours in the Antarctica. The island is also a caldera of an active volcano. The last time the volcano erupted was the late 60’s, early 70’s. It destroyed a couple of scientific stations there. It is administered under the Antarctic Treaty System.